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mining spotify playlists


I've been having some fun with Spotify playlists.

The little utility I've been trying is called the playlist miner. It crowdsources a playlist from the results of those curated by others.

Simply type in a search word that others will be likely to have used in playlists and wait a few seconds for all the relevant playlists to arrive in a list.

Then ask the Playlist Miner to curate a list from all the lists, with, say, 100 tracks in it. It'll skim through the found lists looking for top hits and then pipe them into a new personal list. The new list can be saved directly as a personal list on Spotify.

It's good fun to see what shows up, with a choice of top tunes or a more individualistic selection. Just for fun, I tried UK top tunes too. Here's my derived Saturday's top of the pops, which inevitably features some 'lead and lag' compared with the official chart.


This post first appeared on Rashbre Central, please read the originial post: here

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